ACADEMICS

  • Richard Kimball 

    Contact Information
    Office S-241E
    508-929-8644
    rkimball@worcester.edu

    Education
    Ph.D., SUNY, Buffalo
    A.B., Dartmouth College
    Richard Kimball Portrait


    Area of Specialization

    Dr. Kimball’s areas of interest and expertise are in psychological testing, industrial/organizational psychology, and the psychology of men.

  • Courses Taught
    Research
    Selected Publications
     
    Kimball, R.K. and Hollander, E.P. (1974). Independence in the presence of an experienced by deviate group member. Journal of Social Psychology, 93, 281-292.

    Julian, J.W. and Kimball, R.K. (1972). Educational and occupational orientations of 10th and 12th grade students in Appalachian communities in New York. Report to the Appalachian Regional Commission.

    Julian, J.W. and Kimball, R.K. (1970). Effects of task orientation and level or prior agreement on willingness to agree. Pscyhonomic Science, 21, 213-215.
    Honors and Grants
    Presentations
    Kimball, R.K. (2002, March) Creating a course in the Psychology of Men and Masculinity. Presented at the 15th Annual Conference on the Undergraduate Teaching of Psychology, Ellenville, NY.

    Kimball, R.K. (1995, August) They Pay You to Work Here? Stress in the Garden Workplace. Presented at The American Association of Public Gardens and Arboreta.

    (2001,March) Creating a course on the psychology of men and masculinity. Paper presented at the 15th Annual Conference on Undergraduate Teaching of Psychology, Ellenville, N.Y.